For several years now, the field of human communication has been saturated. The methods are multiplying but have limited success in achieving different, tangible and lasting results.
It is interesting to note that, for a wide range of human activities, it is easy to see the impacts of a teaching or the mastery of a technique. For example, an athlete will improve his or her performance time measurably as a result of rigorous training with accurate and well-directed exercises. Human or social skills are not understood and taught with the same precision and clarity, probably justifying the lack of character of these.
Neuropsychology and experimental psychology have identified cognitive and behavioural mechanisms directly related to interpersonal communication. However, there still seems to be a significant gap between this new scientific knowledge and how to use it practically in everyday communications. This book offers concepts, strategies and new applied variables to significantly increase the efficiency of all our human interactions.
What real processes do we control to generate efficiency in our conversations? How can we use our main instrument, our brain? These questions are at the basis of the method proposed in this book and open up new dimensions in the field of human communication.
This book aims to present an innovative vision of interpersonal communication variables, which are common to all human beings, regardless of their culture, language, social or religious context in which they are found.
This book challenges several psychology paradigms, as well as other methods of communication and beliefs about communication.
Guillaume Dulude’s research represents the future of social interaction development and his method is a significant step forward in interpersonal communication and overall human development.
Ultimately, this method aims to allow access to human communication talent, so that they can finally give themselves the permission and courage to materialize the relationships, projects and dreams that inhabit them.